The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) on Friday, July 7, assured the public that there will be transparency and accountability on the local and foreign donations for those affected by the conflict in Marawi City.
Malungon, Sarangani — President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday, July 5, commended the military and the police for their sacrifices and hard work in putting an end to the month-long siege in Marawi City.
The Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) on Wednesday, July 5, assured that its members are striving to hunt down individuals involved in the ongoing rebellion in Marawi City.
The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) on Tuesday, July 4 reaffirmed the commitment of President Rodrigo Duterte to provide support and services to the Filipino labor force, especially for migrant workers.
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte became a “Big Winner” in 2016 after his landslide victory with more than 16.6 million votes. No other previous President has dominated the national discourse in the way the Chief Executive has. His every public appearance has received extensive media coverage, with everyone’s eyes focused on his every move, and with the public having an opinion on his every statement.
President Rodrigo Duterte said on Thursday, June 29, that he expects the conflict in Marawi City to end soon as government security forces continue to gain ground against the Maute terrorist group.
Malacanan ordered the shift to disaster resilience and the abolition of Quedancor in two Palace orders released Thursday.
Malacañang on Saturday, June 24, welcomed the recent developments on the government’s ongoing operations against the Maute group. Presidential spokesperson Ernesto Abella said among the developments in the ongoing operations include the recovery of P10-million worth of shabu found inside the house of former Marawi City Mayor Omar Solitario Ali.
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte made 21 foreign trips to 18 countries during his first year in office. The President’s foreign trips form part of his obligation as Head of State to maintain and strengthen the country’s diplomatic and economic ties with other nations.
Malacanang on Wednesday released Executive Order No. 28, providing for a controlled and supervised use of firecrackers and pyrotechnics, which President Rodrigo Roa Duterte signed on June 20.
President Rodrigo Roa Duterte on Tuesday, June 20, said his administration will not allow a civil war to break out amongst Filipinos suffering the brunt of war.
The government on Friday, June 16, called on the public to be part of the security posture in preventing terrorist groups from wreaking more havoc in other areas in Mindanao and throughout the country.
A P10 billion multi-agency rehabilitation program to be implemented over six months is being prepared by the government for Marawi City.
President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday, June 1, led the oath-taking of officials from different national leagues and agencies, highlighting the importance of living simply as well as shunning corruption and abuses.
NEDA chief Ernesto Pernia is appealing to the public to support the Duterte administration in urging Congress to pass the Comprehensive Tax Reform Program (CTRP) to fund not only hard infrastructure but also soft infrastructure, human infrastructure, human capital, education and health.
Davao City — Malacañang on Friday, May 26 assured that the country’s economy will weather effects of the declaration of martial law in Mindanao.
President Rodrigo Duterte’s vow of matapang na solusyon, mabilis na aksyon went on full display this week with the Administration showing strong political will by reorganizing the cabinet cluster system, banning smoking and restricting small children from riding motorcycles.
The House has declared the impeachment complaint filed by Congressman Gary Alejano against PRRD as insufficient in substance; we maintained that it was from rehashed, trumped up charges aimed at undermining the duly constituted government.
The President reiterates that he does not doubt the integrity of the Senate and the House of Representatives.
President Rodrigo Duterte on Thursday, May 4, 2017, vowed that there will be improvement in the lives of Filipinos in three years’ time as he assured that his administration will beef up efforts to end corruption, criminality and illegal hard drugs.
The 30th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) on Saturday, April 29, officially adopted a declaration highlighting the importance of civil service in good governance and in enhancing cooperation in the region.
We recognize the New York Times’ right to opinion, however, we have a clear disagreement with the newspaper’s April 25 editorial, “Let the World Condemn Duterte,” which was based on a complaint filed by a lawyer of a self-confessed assassin.
The fact remains that President Duterte is supported by majority of the Filipinos in his campaign against illegal hard drugs, crime and corruption.
The commitment of President Rodrigo Roa Duterte against contractualization has taken shape with more than 40,000 workers regularized since July last year, the Palace announced on Thursday, April 20.
PRESERVING THE NEXT GENERATION OF FILIPINOS
Pasay City — The Department of Finance (DOF) and the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO), in cooperation with the Center for Strategy, Enterprise & Intelligence (CenSEI), unveiled Tuesday the President’s economic and development blueprint for the Philippines, aptly called “DuterteNomics,” in a forum held at The Conrad Hotel.
Doha, Qatar — President Rodrigo Roa Duterte on Sunday, April 17, concluded his week-long Gulf state visit to Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Qatar with great pride, renewed hope, and big deals.
The Department of Finance (DOF) and the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO), in cooperation with the Center for Strategy, Enterprise & Intelligence (CenSEI), will unveil DuterteNomics in a forum on April 18, Tuesday at The Conrad Hotel, Pasay City.
What makes President Rodrigo R. Duterte so admired by Filipinos and international leaders alike is his national agenda – he has prioritized public interest first and foremost, especially the needs and aspirations of the poor and common people.
ISA TOWN, Bahrain — President Rodrigo Duterte promised overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) in Bahrain that his six-year administration would be free from corruption, oppression and abusive officials.